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Old 02-03-2006, 08:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys, I just have a few questions today, for my turbo setup that i got, its the tdo4-15g....I know small turbo, but my goals are huge...so it works for me.... anyways.... when I get my oil line the main one for the turbo, can I just a rubber gas line would that work???? like the ones they cut and sell at any auo parts store??? he other line came with the turbo.....there is only 2 lines correct??? I just need some direction....that is all..... thanks
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most people would go for the stainless lines, like from stealthmode or tunertoys, but you can run the rubber hose if you have the correct fittings on the block and the turbo.
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most people would go for the stainless lines, like from stealthmode or tunertoys, but you can run the rubber hose if you have the correct fittings on the block and the turbo.
ok its it just a hose that goes over a fitting, I was given a tapped oil pan along with the greddy kit I got...... Should I use some small hose clamps as well??
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If anything I would use heater hose (im not 100% if it would withstand the heat and pressure).. but I would just spend the $70 and just buy a kit from tuner toys.
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If anything I would use heater hose (im not 100% if it would withstand the heat and pressure).. but I would just spend the $70 and just buy a kit from tuner toys.
yeah that what im most likely going to have to do....... thanks
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Stealthmode is having a sale right now, so the kits are cheaper through them...

http://www.stealthmodeperformance.com

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yes, you can use the fittings and hoses with clamps. it'll work fine, but i'm not sure how long it will last. if it touches your exhaust manifold or turbo for very long, it'll melt right through. i recommend the stainless, but the rubber will work as well.
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